Washington Nationals Rally to Meet Postseason Demand with Fiber-based Ethernet

August 26, 2014

The Washington Nationals professional baseball team opened its ballpark in 2008 in downtown Washington, D.C. After winning the National League East and finishing the season with the best record in baseball in 2012, they realized they would need a bandwidth upgrade. Not only were more fans attending the games, but the media attendance was growing, too – and they needed fast, reliable Internet access. Read the case study to learn how the Washington Nationals improved the fan experience and continued their winning streak.

The Washington Nationals professional baseball team opened its ballpark in 2008 in downtown Washington, D.C. After winning the National League East and finishing the season with the best record in baseball in 2012, they realized they would need a bandwidth upgrade.

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